Horsham Estate Agents
Whether you’re looking for places to rent in Horsham or property for sale in Horsham, our team that has many years of experience will help you achieve your goal.
A business that embraces the wants and needs of clients as well as community, Kilnstone is with you every step of the way.
Property for Sale Horsham
Often ranked among the best towns in the UK and an important link for commuters to London and the coast, Horsham has an abundance of properties for sale to suit most tastes.
At Kilnstone Property our ever-expanding portfolio of properties for sale in the South East means whether you’re looking for a 3 bedroom house or 1 bedroom flat in Horsham, you’ll have plenty of options.
Average House Prices in Horsham
House prices in Horsham have dropped slightly over the past 12months with the average property selling for £452,184. Representing a 2% decrease on last year. It is still some way higher than the 2017 peak where average prices tipped £370,730.
In Horsham, semi-detached properties took up the lion’s share of sales and sold for an average of £428,976. If you are looking for something bigger, detached houses in Horsham averaged at £674,751. Whilst the terraced properties in Horsham for sale were just over £350k with an average selling price of £353,852.
1126 properties were sold in Horsham in the last 12 months.
Horsham consists of two postcode districts (RH12 and RH13) with properties in the RH13 area tending to be more expensive with an average house price of £543,309.
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Property to Rent Horsham
A variety of new builds and established properties means that looking for property to rent in Horsham couldn’t be easier. There’s a myriad of properties and flats to rent in Horsham. Whether you’re searching for a cosy cottage in the countryside or a modern family home in the town centre, you can browse our South East properties to rent to find the ideal home for you.
Average rental price in Horsham
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Only 12 miles from Gatwick airport it also acts a key base for international businesses.
With eight schools boasting ‘Outstanding’ on their Ofsted reports and only two out of the 58 in the area requiring improvement, Horsham is seen as a great choice for parents looking to give their Children a head start in their education.
Traditionally a market town, Horsham manages to move with the times and evolve yet keep its quaint, picturesque historical nature too making it popular with tourists that often visit whilst on their way through to London or to the coast.
Horsham can be divided into several areas outside of the main town, all of which are just a short walk or drive away from the centre.
The three main suburbs being:
Postcodes within Horsham
If you choose to live in Horsham, you will find yourself in one of two postcodes. RH12 or RH13.
Horsham, Rudgwick, Broadbridge Heath, Rusper and Ellens Green
Barns Green, Cowfold, Mannings Heath, Partridge Green, Slinfold, Southwater, West Grinstead
Does Horsham have good schools?
Horsham has a fantastic education system with many of its schools achieving ‘outstanding’ on their Ofsted reports. There are a host of nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools and colleges in the area. Some of which have received national acclaim for pupil and teacher achievements as well as their historical background. Both Tanbridge House School and the College of Richard Collyer have long been the first choice for people living in the area to attend due to their proven successes.
What public transport is available in Horsham?
Horsham is serviced by a four-platform train station that has links to London, Portsmouth, Southampton and much further afield. Located near Horsham Park it is only a 5-10 minute walk from the town centre.
The main high street-West Street-has the town’s main bus station behind it. From here you can take journeys that span across West and East Sussex as well as a Surrey. With multiple stops throughout the town, it is easy to pick up a bus that is heading towards the town or out further afield to one of the villages that help make up the town.
A bus depot is also nearby providing not only inter-town travel but also long-distance journeys to Tunbridge Wells, Brighton and Worthing.
There are several taxi services within Crawley and a rank outside the train station.
What is there to do in Horsham?
In Horsham you’ll find plenty of walks both in and around the town centre. The South Downs provides scenic strolls that can take you cross county and off the beaten track.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, meander down East Street and you will find eateries ranging from Thai to Turkish.
There’s also a leisure centre with a public swimming pool which is just across the park from the ice rink and sports bar. Not only this but there are two town centre cinemas and lots of green space allows for plenty of outdoor activity.
If you’re looking for some retail therapy, Swan Walk shopping centre and the buzzing West Street have a mixture of big brand shops and smaller independent stores to provide you with a dynamic shopping experience.
Horsham Estate Agents FAQs
Is Horsham a nice place to live?
Horsham has in fact been named as one of the best places to live not only in Sussex but in the UK. The town combines tradition with a sense of modern living and has amazing transport links, which is why it’s not surprising so many Londoners flock here.
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Is Horsham good for families?
Horsham is the ideal town for families with kids of all ages. It’s safe, friendly and there are a variety of events, things to do and leisure activities to keep both children and adults occupied.
Why is Horsham so expensive?
Horsham and Mid Sussex are known for being affluent areas, mixed with the excellent transport links to the City of London make Horsham a desirable place to live, inevitably driving up the property prices.
Not quite ready to buy a property in Horsham? Browse our properties to rent in the South East.
How can I sell my property in Horsham?
Our professional team is experienced in getting you the best value for your house and prides itself on putting your needs first. With our face-to-face valuations, we take the time to get to know you and what you are looking for from your house sale. You can book a free valuation with us today.
Is Horsham good for investing?
If you’re looking to invest in property, you should consider Horsham. With high numbers of working people who already rent in the private sector, along with easy transport links to the city and other areas in the South East, the rental demand is high which means high rental returns.
If you’re interested in property investments in Crawley Kilnstone Property can help.